A MOVEMENT TO PROTECT OUR CULTURAL HERITAGE

FEATURED CLUTCHES & BAGS

Use this section to tell customers about your store or add content from one of your pages which makes it easy to add images, video or any other content

CREATING SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS FOR TRADITIONAL ARTISTS

The Living Temple Heritage of Bhilwara

The Living Temple Heritage of Bhilwara

The Phad painting tradition is widely prevalent in the western state of Rajasthan. It is a folk heritage which is part of both the tangible and intangible aspects of our... Read More
Bandhani – Untying the Whispers

Bandhani – Untying the Whispers

Bandhani is the traditional embroidery tradition of the Khatri community of Gujarat and Rajasthan. The term Bandhani is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Bandhan’ which means ‘to tie’. It has been practiced since the past 5000 years but the earliest written reference comes from Harshacharita by Banabhatt, the court poet of Harshavardhana. It described the whole process of creating a Bandhani, while naming it amongst the clothes given as a part of his sister’s dowry. Today it is treated as a symbol of married life and is associated with social customs.
Molela Terracotta: A Rajasthani Craft

Molela Terracotta: A Rajasthani Craft

Terracotta has been an intricate part of the Indian sub-continent since time immemorial. The use of terracotta to make sculptures and pottery dates back to the pre-Harappan and Harappan era.... Read More

MEDIA COVERAGE